Boris will visit the Queen at Balmoral solo, a royal commentator has claimed

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, 55, has moved into Downing Street with his girlfriend Carrie Symonds, 31 making them the first unmarried couple to live at the prestigious address. Britain's new leader is expected to visit the Queen at Balmoral this summer but a “huge embarrassment” means Carrie won't go with him, one royal expert has claimed.

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Boris Johnson has moved into Downing Street with Carrie Symonds while he is still in the process of divorcing his wife Marina Wheeler.

Mr Johnson and Carrie are the first unmarried couple to be Britain’s Prime Minister and First Lady.

While Boris is no stranger to relationship scandals due to a string of extramarital affairs, he and Ms Symonds have already made headlines with a drama of their own.

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A noisy row at their south London home prompted alarmed neighbours to ring the police on them on June 21.

While the police took no further action and Carrie and Boris seem to have patched things up since, the incident was embarrassing for them both.

One royal commentator has claimed the shameful incident could prompt him to go to Balmoral solo.

Mr Fitzwilliams told Express.co.uk: “After the police were recently called to Carrie’s flat to break up an argument, which caused huge embarrassment for the couple and given the urgency of the political

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